Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Baker Street Gerry Rafferty 3.65 6:07
2 Your Song Elton John 3.9 4:00
3 Love Is the Drug Roxy Music 3:58
4 All Right Now Free 4:13
5 Heart of Glass Blondie 4.35 4:10
6 It Started With a Kiss Hot Chocolate 3 4:02
7 I Can See Clearly Now Johnny Nash 5 2:47
8 How Long Ace 4 3:21
9 Without You Nilsson 4.65 3:19
10 Livin' Thing Electric Light Orchestra 4 3:29
11 Abracadabra Steve Miller Band 4.8 5:07
12 California Dreamin' The Mamas & the Papas 4.7 2:40
13 San Francisco Scott McKenzie 3.65 2:57
14 All Day and All of the Night The Kinks 5 2:23
15 Gypsys, Tramps and Thieves Cher 5 2:36
16 Let's Stay Together Al Green 4.5 3:17
17 (Sexual) Healing Marvin Gaye 4.75 4:06
18 You to Me Are Everything The Real Thing 4 3:30
19 Love Really Hurts Without You Billy Ocean 3:00
20 (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher Jackie Wilson 2:54
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 The Boxer Simon & Garfunkel 4.15 5:10
2 Oh Pretty Woman Roy Orbison 4.2 2:59
3 Brown Eyed Girl Van Morrison 2.65 3:01
4 I Got You Babe Sonny & Cher 4 3:12
5 Walk on By Dionne Warwick 5 2:54
6 Monday, Monday The Mamas & the Papas 4.3 3:23
7 Unchained Melody The Righteous Brothers 2 3:36
8 Peggy Sue Buddy Holly 4.5 2:30
9 December 1963 (Oh What a Night) Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons 3:17
10 I'm a Believer The Monkees 4.85 2:46
11 Wouldn't It Be Nice The Beach Boys 4.4 2:22
12 (Sitting on) The Dock of a Bay Otis Redding 4.55 2:42
13 Stand by Me Ben E. King 4.7 2:55
14 I Will Survive Gloria Gaynor 3.85 3:18
15 You're the First, the Last, My Everything Barry White 3 3:24
16 Love Train The O’Jays 4 2:56
17 Baby Come Back The Equals 2:40
18 Missing You John Waite 3:59

Credits

CD 1

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acoustic guitar:
Frank Clark (Guitar/bassist) (track 2)
John Uribe (1971-06) (track 9)
electric bass guitar:
Leroy Hodges (track 16)
drums (drum set):
Mick Avory (track 14)
Clem Burke (track 5)
Howard Grimes (track 16)
Al Jackson, Jr. (Booker T & The MGs drummer) (track 16)
Gary Mallaber (track 11)
Barry Morgan (English drummer) (track 2)
Henry Spinetti (track 1)
Richard "Pistol" Allen (1967-07-06) (track 20)
Jim Keltner (1971-06) (track 9)
bass guitar:
Nigel Harrison (track 5)
Pete Quaife (track 14)
Dave Richmond (track 2)
Klaus Voormann (1971-06) (track 9)
trumpet:
Wayne Jackson (trumpet/trombone (Memphis Horns/Mar-Keys)) (track 16)
strings arranger:
Graham Preskett (track 1)
synthesizer:
Byron Allred (track 11)
organ and piano:
Charles Hodges (Soul Organist) (track 16)
guitar:
Dave Davies (ex-member of The Kinks) (track 14)
Colin Green (track 2)
Frank Infante (track 5)
P.F. Sloan (track 12)
Chris Stein (track 5)
Robert White (US funk/soul guitarist) (1967-07-06) (track 20)
guitar [guitars]:
Steve Miller (leader of Steve Miller Band) (track 11)
bass:
Gerald Johnson (track 11)
Gary Taylor (rock bassist) (track 1)
James Jamerson (1967-07-06) (track 20)
electric guitar:
Hugh Burns (track 1)
Nigel Jenkins (track 1)
brass and strings arranger:
Paul Buckmaster (track 9)
percussion:
Glen LeFleur (track 1)
keyboard:
Jimmy Destri (track 5)
Gary Mallaber (track 11)
Johnny Griffith (1967-07-06) (track 20)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Byron Allred (track 11)
keyboard and Moog:
Tommy Eyre (track 1)
saxophone:
James Mitchell (US saxophonist/arranger) (track 16)
piano:
Elton John (track 2)
Gary Wright (US singer/keyboardist) (1971-06) (track 9)
12 string guitar:
Clive Hicks (track 2)
tenor saxophone:
Ed Logan (track 16)
trombone:
Jack Hale (trombone) (track 16)
guitar family:
Mabon Hodges (track 16)
additional engineer:
Gary Mallaber (track 11)
arranger:
Paul Buckmaster (track 2)
Sonny Sanders (track 20)
background vocals:
Charles Chalmers (track 16)
Donna Rhodes (track 16)
Sandra Rhodes (track 16)
choir vocals arranger:
Jeff Lynne (track 10)
Louis Clark (track 10)
Richard Tandy (track 10)
composer:
Elton John (track 2)
Andy Mackay (track 3)
Errol Brown (track 6)
Paul Carrack (track 8)
Ray Davies (UK singer/songwriter, member of The Kinks) (track 14)
Ben Findon (track 19)
Jeff Lynne (track 10)
Steve Miller (leader of Steve Miller Band) (track 11)
Johnny Nash (track 7)
John Phillips (The Mamas & The Papas) (track 13)
Gerry Rafferty (track 1)
Bob Stone (engineer, studio technician, producer, songwriter) (track 15)
conductor:
Paul Buckmaster (tracks 2, 9)
engineer:
Robin Geoffrey Cable (tracks 2, 9)
Bones Howe (track 12)
Mack (track 10)
Dick Plant (engineer) (track 10)
John Richards (engineer) (track 10)
Duane Scott (track 10)
David Cole (American recording engineer and producer) (track 11)
lead vocals:
Deborah Harry (track 5)
Elton John (track 2)
Ray Davies (UK singer/songwriter, member of The Kinks) (track 14)
Gerry Rafferty (track 1)
Jackie Wilson (soul singer) (1967-07-06) (track 20)
lead vocals [vocals]:
Steve Miller (leader of Steve Miller Band) (track 11)
lyricist:
Errol Brown (track 6)
Paul Carrack (track 8)
Ray Davies (UK singer/songwriter, member of The Kinks) (track 14)
Bryan Ferry (track 3)
Ben Findon (track 19)
Jeff Lynne (track 10)
Steve Miller (leader of Steve Miller Band) (track 11)
Johnny Nash (track 7)
John Phillips (The Mamas & The Papas) (track 13)
Gerry Rafferty (track 1)
Bob Stone (engineer, studio technician, producer, songwriter) (track 15)
Bernie Taupin (track 2)
mixer:
David Cole (American recording engineer and producer) (track 11)
Declan O’Doherty (track 1)
orchestrator:
Jeff Lynne (track 10)
Louis Clark (track 10)
Richard Tandy (track 10)
producer:
Lou Adler (tracks 12–13)
John Anthony (British producer and record executive) (track 8)
Carl Davis (record producer) (track 20)
Gus Dudgeon (track 2)
Snuff Garrett (track 15)
Marvin Gaye (track 17)
Gary Mallaber (track 11)
Willie Mitchell (US soul/R&B & funk producer, trumpeter & singer) (track 16)
Mickie Most (English record producer) (track 6)
Hugh Murphy (producer, engineer) (track 1)
Richard Perry (producer) (track 9)
Shel Talmy (track 14)
Jeff Lynne (track 10)
Steve Miller (leader of Steve Miller Band) (track 11)
Johnny Nash (track 7)
John Phillips (The Mamas & The Papas) (track 13)
Gerry Rafferty (track 1)
recording engineer:
Barry Hammond (track 1)
solo alto flute:
Bud Shank (track 12)
vocals:
Al Green (track 16)
Harry Nilsson (US singer-songwriter) (1971-06) (track 9)
writer:
Odell Brown (track 17)
Michael Denne (track 18)
Tom Evans (UK guitarist for Badfinger) (track 9)
Andy Fraser (English bassist, member of Free) (track 4)
Marvin Gaye (track 17)
Ken Gold (track 18)
Al Green (track 16)
Pete Ham (track 9)
Deborah Harry (track 5)
Al Jackson, Jr. (Booker T & The MGs drummer) (track 16)
Gary Jackson (track 20)
Raynard Miner (track 20)
Willie Mitchell (US soul/R&B & funk producer, trumpeter & singer) (track 16)
Michelle Phillips (track 12)
David Ritz ("Sexual Healing" co-composer) (track 17)
Paul Rodgers (track 4)
Carl Smith (US country music singer) (track 20)
Chris Stein (track 5)
John Phillips (The Mamas & The Papas) (track 12)
phonographic copyright by:
Anchor Records (UK 70s indie label) (track 8)
Capitol Records, LLC (not for release label use!) (track 5)
Sailor Records (track 11)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1967) (track 13)
Cream Records (70s Los Angeles) (1971) (track 16)
HI Records Inc. (1971) (track 16)
Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd. (not for release label use! pre-Aug 2004 subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment Inc.) (1972) (track 7)
Minder Records (1974) (track 8)
Pye Records (1976) (track 18)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (1976) (track 10)
United Artists Music and Records Group, Inc. (UAMARG, Inc.) (1976) (track 10)
Capitol Records (imprint of Capitol Records, Inc.) (1978) (track 5)
Parlophone Records Ltd. (not for release label use! a Warner Music Group company) (1978) (track 1)
United Artists Music and Records Group, Inc. (UAMARG, Inc.) (1978) (track 1)
Columbia Records (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Music Entertainment, only use for manufacturing/distribution and copyright holding) (1982) (track 17)
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (1982) (track 6)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1982) (track 17)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (2005) (track 10)
Union Square Music Ltd. (for copyright use only, holding company of Union Square Music) (2015) (track 8)
publisher:
Al Green Music Inc. (track 16)
BMG Monarch (track 5)
BMG Songs Ltd. (track 3)
Chrysalis Music (music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated) (track 5)
Dick James Music Ltd. (renamed Universal/Dick James Music Ltd. since 1999‐07‐30) ( – ????) (track 2)
E.G. Music Ltd. (publisher) (track 3)
EMI Music Publishing Ltd. (tracks 18–20)
EMI Songs Ltd. (tracks 10, 17)
Icon Music Ltd. (track 1)
Irving Music, Inc. (tracks 4, 16)
Jay Boy (track 14)
MCA Music Publishing (renamed since c. 1996 as Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 12)
Minder Music Ltd. (track 8)
Richt & Slezak OHG (track 12)
Sailor Music (track 11)
Trousdale Music (track 12)
Universal MCA Music Publishing (US film music publisher) (track 13)
Universal Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) (track 13)
Universal/Dick James Music Ltd. (fka Dick James Music Ltd.) (track 2)
Warner Bros. Music (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 9)
Warner/Chappell Music Ltd. (1996–2019) (track 20)
Apple Publishing Ltd. (1970 –) (track 9)
edited at:
mixed at:
Forum Studio (Recording and mixing studio, located in Covington, Kentucky, USA) in Covington, Kentucky, United States (track 5)
recorded at:
Western Recorders (@ 6000 Sunset Blvd., part of United Western Recorders studio complex 1957–1985) in Los Angeles, California, United States (1965) (track 12)
Columbia Recording Studios (Chicago) in Chicago, Illinois, United States (1967-07-06) (track 20)
additionally sampled by:
has remixes:
mash-ups:
sampled by:
I'm Hot by Erick Sermon (track 17)
[untitled] by Chuck Person (track 1)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 89) (track 12)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 136) (track 2)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 231) (track 17)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 255) (track 5)
arrangements:
Per chi (translated) (track 9)
cover recording of:
Without You (1971) (track 9)
is the basis for:
Hello Brooklyn 2.0 (track 17)
Sexual Rapping (track 17)
The Pitch (Spectacular Spectacular) (Moulin Rouge!) (track 2)
點俾某君聽 (track 4)